Communities frequently share employment opportunities with MMC, and we're pleased to help support a wider network of clergy and musicians practicing the holistic leadership practices we model in our workshops.
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Missional Music Coordinator (Full-time) at Holy Spirit Episcopal Church; Waco, TX
The Missional Music Coordinator at Holy Spirit Episcopal Church is a dynamic and entrepreneurial full-time role, embodying our core values of being Honoring, Hospitable, Reliable, Growing, and Loving and pursing our mission to become and share the good news of Jesus Christ. This position aims to revitalize the Village Music Tradition, fostering a community-centric musical culture both within and beyond the church walls. The Missional Music Coordinator will also initiate and grow a vibrant musical outreach, making music in ways that enrich the Waco community and the broader Episcopal Diocese of Texas. Seeing the missional potential, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas through the Strategic Mission Grant program has funded this position for three years.
Director of Music (Part-time) at First Lutheran Church of the Reformation; New Britain, CT
We are seeking an imaginative, passionate, and creative Director of Music who sees music as a force for good, loves to teach and encourage people, and is committed to an inspiring vision for the role of sacred music. We seek someone who believes all people can sing and who approaches music with a collaborative attitude. As we emerge from the pandemic, we have a desire for innovative music ministry that connects to the needs and ﬂourishing of our congregation and neighborhood.
Director of Music/Organist at St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church; Washington, D.C.
The Music Director and Organist oversees the vocal and instrumental music activities of the English-speaking congregation of St. Stephen and the Incarnation and plays a leading role in preparing and leading its worship services. Our services feature a range of musical styles—traditional Protestant hymns; music by classical Western composers; Black American gospel, spirituals, and contemporary compositions; Christian music drawing on traditional genres from around the world; and Eastern Orthodox and Taize-style chants. In terms of music and other elements in the order of service, our services are highly liturgical with lots of musical elements, including many shorter and longer call-and-response pieces involving the choir and congregation (many are a cappella) in addition to hymns, choir anthems and organ preludes and postludes.
Music Director at The Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder; Boulder, CO
UUCB is a growing, vibrant, progressive religious community of 240 members. We’ve emerged from pandemic with energy, hope, stability, and eagerness to build the next chapter of our church community. The Music Director is a half-time position which plans, coordinates, and leads music for two services each Sunday. The community leans more into contemporary than “traditional” hymn-singing. And while there is an appreciation for classical repertoire, there is an equal love and appreciation for jazz, blues, bluegrass, roots, folk, minimalists and modernists, shapenote, community singing, chanting, and other musical traditions – as well as the willingness to try new things!